Hitlist - Titles w/author : Kudelsky
Hitlist - Titles w/author : Kudelsky

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  1. The "Aquascope" simplified model for predicting 89, 90Sr, 131I, and 134, 137Cs in surface waters after a large-scale radioactive fallout (2005)
Smith J T, Belova N V et al
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  2. Application of potassium chloride to a Chernobyl-contaminated lake: modelling the dynamics of radiocaesium in an aquatic ecosystem and decontamination of fish (2003)
Smith J T, Kudelsky A V et al
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  3. AQUACURE Aquatic countermeasure against uptake of radiocaesium by the ecosystem (2000)
Smith J T, Kudelsky A V et al
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  4. AQUASCOPE Technical Deliverable. Simplified models for predicting 89Sr, 90Sr, 134Cs, 137Cs, 131I in water and fish of rivers, lakes and reservoirs (2002)
Smith J T, Konoplev A V et al
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  5. Aquifers and surface waters in the Chernobyl area: observations and predictive evaluation (1999)
Smith J T, Cross M A et al
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  6. Aquifers and surface waters in the Chernobyl area: observations and predictive evaluation. 2nd 12-monthly report. AQUASCOPE (2000)
Smith J T, Cross M A et al
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  7. Aquifers and surface waters in the Chernobyl area: observations and predictive evaluation. Final report. AQUASCOPE (2001)
Smith J T, Konoplev A V et al
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  8. Bacillariophyta from the surface layer of bottom sediments from small undrained lakes of the south eastern Belarus (2004)
Khursevich G K, Kudelsky A V et al
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  9. Behaviour of radiocaesium in the bottom sediments of a stagnant lake (2004)
Ovisiannikova S V, Smith J T et al
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  10. Chernobyl radionuclides (131I, 90Sr, 137Cs) in surface waters of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine: an overview and model-based analysis (2001)
Smith J T, Kudelsky A V et al
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  11. An experiment to test the addition of potassium to a non-draining lake as a countermeasure to 137Cs accumulation in fish (2002)
Kudelsky A V, Smith J T et al
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  12. In situ measurements of the sub-surface gamma dose from Chernobyl fallout (2005)
Timms D N, Smith J T et al
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  13. Is radioecology in crisis? (2001)
Smith J T, Zibold G et al
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  14. Migration of 137Cs in unsaturated soils and level of 137Cs contamination of the groundwaters of Belarus (2004)
Kudelsky A V, Smith J T et al
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  15. Mobility of Chernobyl-derived 137Cs in a peatbog system within the catchment of the Pripyat River, Belarus. (1996)
Kudelsky A V, Smith J T et al
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  16. A new method to account for the depth of distribution of 137Cs in soils in the calculation of external radiation dose-rate (2004)
Timms D N, Smith J T et al
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  17. Radio-ecological study of the Chernobyl cooling Pond and options for remediation (RESPOND). INTAS-2001-0556 (2005)
Smith J T, Adam C et al
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  18. Radio-ecological study of the Chernobyl cooling POND and options for remediation (RESPOND). Interim report (2003)
Smith J T, Adam C et al
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  19. Radio-ecological study of the Chernobyl cooling POND and options for remediation (RESPOND). Interim report 01 June 2003 - 31 May 2004 (2004)
Smith J T, Adam C et al
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  20. Radioactivity in aquatic ecosystems (2005)
Smith J T, Voitsekhovitch O V et al
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